BackUniversity of Waterloo – Centre for Advanced Materials Joining
c/o Norman Zhou, Director
200 University Ave West
Phone: 519-888-4567 ext. 36095
Assets And Services
Microwelding, quantum computing and nanotechnology. R&D collaboration. The primary goal of Centre for Advanced Materials Joining (CAMJ) at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada is to develop new and innovative technologies for materials joining. CAMJ has cutting edge laboratory facilities and research areas to collaborate with leading companies in the industry for research and development.
Other innovation or manufacturing support, including contract manufacturing services
Microwelding - Micro-welding is a key fabrication process utilized in the manufacture of miniature devices, including implantable medical devices and MEMs.
Nanojoining is a leading method of nanofabrication. As a versatile assembling method competitive to the self-organization in the bottom-up growth and up-bottom lithography, nanojoining is very promising to fabricate 3D practical nanodevices with complicated structures and different building blocks. We are currently working on several shape memory alloys (SMAs) devices for use in the medical, automotive, aerospace, and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
Process Improvement and innovation eg. Automation, supply chain management, etc.
Microwelding - soldering, wire bonding, laser and resistance microwelding for medical and electronic applications. Nanojoining - practical interconnection and construction technologies of nano-mechatronics and molecular devices. Laser, arc, resistance, and impact welding - automotive applications. Brazing - diffusion brazing, ceramic/metal bonding, etc. for aerospace and other applications.